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File #: 21-0580    Version: 1 Name: Proclamation for Senior Citizens Housing of Ann Arbor Board of Directors
Type: Proclamation Status: Filed
File created: 4/5/2021 In control: City Council
On agenda: 4/5/2021 Final action: 4/5/2021
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: Proclamation for Senior Citizens Housing of Ann Arbor Board of Directors
Attachments: 1. Senior Citizens Housing -Proclamation 2021 .1.docx
Title
Proclamation for Senior Citizens Housing of Ann Arbor Board of Directors
Memorandum
PROCLAMATION
Senior Citizens Housing of Ann Arbor
Board of Directors
April 5, 2021

WHEREAS, Lurie Terrace was founded in 1964 and has been operated as an affordableapartment complex for adults 62 and older in downtown Ann Arbor since its inception; and

WHEREAS, Lurie Terrace has provided an affordable, convienent, and safe living community to approximately 2,000 seniors for more than fifty-five years; and

WHEREAS Lurie Terrace has been operated by the Senior Citizens Housing of Ann Arbor volunteer board of directors, many of whom have devoted signficant time and effort on a daily and weekly basis in order to keep Lurie Terrace affordable and running smoothly for the benfit of the seniors; and

WHEREAS, The City of Ann Arbor recognizes this outstanding organization and the many individuals that have contributed to its success as board members over the years, including the current board members and their years of service:

President Mary Jean Raa, 29 years of service. Past President, David F. Hirth, 27 years of service. Vice President Andy Jacobs, 7 years of service. Treasurer Jim Wolfington, 5 years of service. Secretary Mike Gatti, 14 years of service. Jim Danforth, 17 years of service. Steve Darr, 11 years of service. Susan Hinton, 11 years of service. Ronald Gardner, 9 years of service. Roberta Duda, 9 years of service. E.R. Raymond, 8 years of service; and

WHEREAS, The current volunteer board members have decided to sell the building to the Ann Arbor Housing Commission through its non-profit, the Ann Arbor Affordable Housing Corporation, in order to ensure that it remains affordable housing forever to the benefit of the tenants and the community; and

WHEREAS, The Senior Citizens Housing of Ann Arbor board of directors will continue to provide services and programming for seniors in the community; and

WHEREAS. The City of Ann Arbor wishes to recognize the curr...

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